3 Seasons Dome Trekking 2 Person Tent - TREK 500 Fresh & Black - Grey Orange
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Resists 70 km/h winds (Force 8): certified in wind tunnel with turntable.
Total weight of 3.1 kg.11 litre compression bag.Dimensions 39 x 17 x 17 cm.
60 cm width per person.Bedroom height 108 cm.2 doors, 2 porches, 4 pockets.
Self-supporting domeSpeed: pre-assembled bedroom and flysheet. Standard poles
Water column (Schmerbers):Flysheet > 2,000 mm.Groundsheet > 5,000 mm.
Mosquito nets & Fresh & Black fabric to sleep well.2 mec. ventilation points.
Patented external Fresh & Black fabric: 99% dark even in full daylight.
We dye 1 thread in every 2 to reduce env. impact.Non-anodised tent pegs.
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While I am a Vango man at heart, I decided to go for this tent as I was looking for a decent blackout tent. I have camped 4 times with it and I am impressed with it. The blackout is pretty good, I'd say blocking out 80-90% of light. The tent has been 100% waterproof so far. Pegs are decent enough. Space inside is plenty for 1 person and decent for 2 persons. Ventilation is good as well and the internal pockets are great as well. The only thing negative I have to say is that it is really a challenge to get the two main poles in, I'm an normal strength male but it was nearly too much for me; Flip side is that being so taught it helps to keep it wind/water proof. Very happy overall
compact, light, and sturdy. good value for money. I highly recommend it.
My tent is awaiting its first use in the field but |I have set it up in my home to make sure that it works and everything that should have been supplied has been supplied. It really is dark on the inside and the tent material looks really robust. I'm planning on using on a transcontinental trip and it looks strong enough to survive the trip. Unfortunately it does not come with a bespoke footprint and it is not possible to buy one from Decathlon at present - so I've made one out of Tyvek.
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Good for 2 people, however it’s too small to fit bag packs in.
This tent is fantastic. I love it. First off, things I improved: I've upgraded the guy lines to super strong reflective ones and swapped in 4 much stronger steel v pegs to anchor them. The original guylines weren't that great and the pegs don't hold too well. But most tents are like that and it's super easy to fix that. I've had this tent in some big storms. On time camping in an old quarry saw just well over 60mph and this thing didn't even budge. It hardly even flaps as the design pulls tight every time you pitch. 2 of the other tents there ended up in the tops of trees over 100m away after being ripped out of the ground. Some others were simply flattened and poles bent and snapped. One time I accidentally left the inner and outer doors open for 2 days as I went out on a training area, came back to just a tiny bit of water (200ml or so) despite heavy rain. It's just a great design. The blackout works brilliantly. Really cuts out 90% of the light. That keeps the heat down on sunny days too. Venting is amazing. Has low level vents at head and feet that can be totally opened or protected with mesh, or closed up. It also has high level vents in the top that help create a chimney effect when you open up the bottom vents. With the vents open this handles condensation about the best of any tent I've tried. Loads of pockets inside, decent gear loft, hoops to hand a light and a clothes line to hang other stuff from. As a bonus, it actually fits two people and packs up really small. The bag is also big enough to easily fit it back in without a fight. One thing that could be better - the vestibules are small and they curve inwards. If the design had the third pole running to ground, like a Hilleberg Allak or Staika then the vestibules could bend outward and this thing would be a palace. Probably increas weight though, but it would be worth it. All round this is a great bit of kit that has kept me warm and dry and protected on countless occasions. I appreciate that when I bought my particular tent it had a different name, but it's basically identical to this one in every way so the review is still relevant.
- 20% Thermoplastic Polyurethane
- 80% Polyester
- 20% Thermoplastic Polyurethane
- 80% Polyester
- 100% Aluminium
Total weight 3.1 kgSeparable parts to help transportation.Flysheet only 1,250 gBedroom only 970 gPole kit 600 gPegs (12 pieces) 180 gBag 90 g + peg bag 20 gRepair kit (ferrule, patch) 20 gTo protect your product and increase protection from the sun and bad weather, you can complement your Trek 500 2P F&B tent with a survival blanket.Weight, volume and dimensions can vary slightly due to manufacturing tolerances.
Bedroom length 210 cmWidth 120 cmIndoor height 108 cm (at its highest)Total tent height 120 cmTwo side porches (storage space between the bedroom and flysheet) 60 cm wide can each hold a 50 to 70 litre backpack, mountain equipment as well as a pair of hiking shoes.2 pockets in the bedroom. 1 inside top hook to hang a lamp and an adjustable lengthwise clothesline.
7001 aluminium poles. Ø 8.5 mm dome; Ø 9.5 mm top pole.Lightness and strength of aluminium.Tent pegs:Length 17 cm, Ø 6.1 mm.7075 non-anodised aluminium for better resistance and maximum lightness with a lower environmental impact.Traditional dome shape with self-standing structure gives good resistance. Top pole provides volume and therefore capacity.
Extremely quick to pitch and fold.Pre-assembled flysheet and bedroom. Insert the tent poles into the flysheet (colour coded). It’s also quick to take the tent down.To store the tent in its bag, fold the tent in half to about the length of the bag, fold up the pole into a bundle onto the bedroom and flysheet, roll everything up tightly to slide into the bag.
Forclaz tents are laboratory-tested: pitched tent, 200 litres/m²/hour (4 hours, equivalent to a tropical storm). They are also tested in the field by a sample user group.75 denier polyester flysheet, polyurethane-coated (inside) water-repellent treatment (exterior), P75D bedroom floor sheet.Seams sealed with thermo-bonded strips.Multi-component bedroom (P66D) combining breathability, wind protection and condensation prevention.
We test all our tents in a wind tunnel on a rotating platform where we can expose each side of the tent to the wind.To guarantee its wind resistance, the tent must be properly pitched, taut but not stretched, with all the guy ropes in position around the tent. It should remain habitable at wind speeds of 70km/h, measured near ground level.Our tents are certified by the CSTB independent laboratory in Nantes.
Bedroom with mosquito screen for ventilation and water-repellent fabric to protect from condensation and draughts. There is good ventilation at the front of the tent as well as ventilation at the feet.To limit condensation inside the tent, it must be correctly assembled, canvas taut, but not excessively so. The use of ventilation and good air circulation limits the humidity inside.
Titanium dioxide (Ti0²)-coated flysheet fabric guarantees UPF protection of 50+.Please note: a large amount of UV rays can pass through an open door.Protect your skin.
3 seasons tent: your tent will protect you from difficult weather conditions that you may encounter in spring, summer or autumn. The tent will withstand light snowfall but is not designed for heavy loads that would weigh on its structure.When it snows, shake your tent regularly to make the snow fall to the ground and avoid too much weight being supported by your tent’s structure.
For the fabric of this tent we have used a thread called “bi-ton”.Textile dyeing requires a lot of water but also produces waste water from the dye baths. To reduce this impact on the environment, we use only one mass-dyed yarn out of every two, and thus reduce our consumption and our impact on water.
The pegs are non-anodised. We have eliminated the use of nitric and phosphoric acid for colour since it only has an aesthetic effect.The pegs can appear “rough” or “used” but they keep all their technical properties and their resistance.These factors help to limit the environmental impact of your product.